Guest Post: Roy Huff – The role of fiction?

I'm really looking forward to today's guest post and am thrilled to be able to share it with you all! Author, Roy Huff has pondered the question of whether fiction should reflect current issues, or offer an escape, and has kindly agreed to share his thoughts on the subject with us. First, let's have a … Continue reading Guest Post: Roy Huff – The role of fiction?

Mind Home – Joel Ross Whitehead

  *I received a free copy of this ebook, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*     Blurb:  Gosling Wakefield is a reclusive, tormented soul haunted by the shades of his past. Self exiled in his home, his mental state is scarred and diminishing. His only … Continue reading Mind Home – Joel Ross Whitehead

Blog Tour: Two Blankets, Three Sheets – Rodaan Al Galidi (translated by Jonathan Reeder)

  *I received a free ARC of this book with thanks to the author, World Editions, and Anne Cater of Random Things Blog Tours. The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*   Blurb:  Based on the author’s true story, this is the account of Iraqi refugee Samir, who spends nine years in an asylum … Continue reading Blog Tour: Two Blankets, Three Sheets – Rodaan Al Galidi (translated by Jonathan Reeder)

Terrible Lizard – Doug Goodman

  *I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*   Blurb:  If you can train a chicken, you can train a dinosaur. Or so Oak Jones thought. He’s wanted on the Police Dinosaur Unit all his life. Now that he’s … Continue reading Terrible Lizard – Doug Goodman

The Cleansing – Anton Eine

  *I received a free ARC of this short story with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*     Blurb:  Advanced aliens have arrived to destroy any life on Earth and all the traces of our existence. Their mission is to wipe out any life in our … Continue reading The Cleansing – Anton Eine

The Call – Laurie Boris

*I received a free copy of this book.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*   Recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medallion Blurb:  Forget making history. Forget the people who think women don’t belong in baseball. It’s the early 1980s, and as one of the first female umpires in the minors, Margie just … Continue reading The Call – Laurie Boris

Trusting the Currents – Lynnda Pollio

*I received a free copy of this book.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.*   Recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medallion Blurb:  Some moments change everything you become. Author Lynnda Pollio's life as a busy New Yorker abruptly changes when she unexpectedly heard the mystical, elderly voice of Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, … Continue reading Trusting the Currents – Lynnda Pollio